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I.  France

A.  Bourgogne

1. Chablis
2. Vougeot
3. Vosne Romanee

B.  Bordeaux

1. History
2. Topography and Soils
3. 1855 Classification
4. The Cotes
5. The Medoc
6. Pomerol

C.  Beaujolais

1. Morgon

D.  Rhône Valley

1. Vacqueyras

E.  Provence

1. Bandol

F. Loire Valley

1. Chinon

G.  Jura

II.  Italy

A.  Liguria

B. Valle d’Aosta

C. Lombardia

D. Marche

E. Basilicata

F. Molise

G. Tuscany

1. Montalcino
2. Chianti

H.  Veneto

1. Soave

III.  United States

A.  California

1. Stags Leap
2. Paso Robles

B.  Washington

1. Red Mountain
2. Ancient Lakes
3. Lake Chelan

C.  Oregon

1. Ribbon Ridge

IV. Australia

A. Western Australia

1. Margaret River

B.  South Australia

1. Coonawarra

V.  Portugal

A.  Lisboa

VI. Greece

A. Santorini

VII.  Argentina

A. In General

1. Location and Climate
2. Red Grapes
3. Viticulture

B.  Wine Regions

1. Salta
2. Mendoza
3. Patagonia

VIII. Austria

A. History
B. Topography and Soils
C. Grape Varieties
D. Wine Laws and Regulations
E. Wine Regions

IX. Spain

A.  In General

1. History
2. Climate
3. Viticulture
4. Winemaking
5. Wine Law

B.  Wine Regions

1. Galicia
2. País Vasco
3. Castilla y Leon
4. Rioja
5. Madrid
6. Canary Islands

X. Grapes

A.  White

1. Chenin Blanc
2. Gewurztraminer
3. Marsanne
4.  Pinot Blanc
5. Albarino

B.  Red

1. Barbera
2. Pinotage

XI.  Viticulture

A.  The Grapevine

1. Crossings

XII.  Winemaking

A.  Rose Production Methods

XIII.  Sparkling Wines

A.  Champagne

1. Champagne – Subregions

B.  France

1. Limoux

C.  Italy

1. Asti

D.  New World

1. South Africa

XIV.  Fortified Wines

A. Madeira
B.  Sherry